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CAN AN EDUCATIONAL WEBINAR IMPROVE ANTIMICROBIAL STEWARDSHIP ADVICE IN COMMUNITY PHARMACIES?
- At: 2019 FIP Congress in AbuDhabi (United Arab Emirates)
- Type: Poster
- By: ALLISON, Rosalie (Public Health England, Primary Care Unit, United Kingdom)
- Co-author(s): Philip Howard: University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Rosalie Allison: Public Health England, United Kingdom
Sara Chapman: The Letter g, United Kingdom
Diane Ashiru-Oredope: Public Health England, United Kingdom
Tracey Thornley: University of Nottingham, United Kingdom;, Boots UK, United Kingdom
Sue Walker: University of Reading, United Kingdom
Rebecca Myers: Gloucestershire Local Pharmaceutical Committee, United Kingdom
Stephanie Howell: Badhams Pharmacy, United Kingdom
Liz Ponting: Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group, United Kingdom
Neetan Jain: Spa Pharmacy, United Kingdom
Alan Gray: Public Health England’s People’s Panel, United Kingdom
Alicja Ainsworth: Lloyds Pharmacy, United Kingdom
Adrian Tait: Boots UK, United Kingdom
Leah Jones: Public Health England, United Kingdom
Cliodna McNulty: Public Health England, United Kingdom
BackgroundCommunity pharmacy staff have the opportunity to influence patients’ use of antibiotics by advising patients on effective self-care options, appropriateness of antibiotics, antibiotic adherence and the consequences of using antibiotics incorrectly.
MethodsPharmacy staff from twelve Gloucestershire community pharmacies were invited to.. The access to the whole abstract and the presentation file is available to FIP members and to congress participants of that specific congress.
Last update 4 October 2019